Friday, December 16, 2011
Perpetrators and Bystanders
This article was published recently in the San Antonio Express-News. Because it discusses bullying, it also has great relevance to discussions on organized stalking, which is a more serious and more criminal form of bullying. If reading it causes even one person to start thinking about whether they are a perpetrator or a bystander and what the long term effects of the decisions they make every day about this might be, then I will not have shared the article in vain.
Do not be a perpetrator or a bystander in organized stalking! You can go to prison for being a perpetrator. You can lose your soul and your humanity and your freedom by being a bystander.